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The Queen and Sir David Attenborough have become the nation's new favourite double act following the screening of ITV's The Queen's Green Planet on Monday night. The unlikely duo teamed up for the documentary to highlight the efforts made by Her Majesty's Commonwealth Canopy environmental project. But it was their witty rapport and endearing conversations that had viewers hooked. The centrepiece of the show was an exchange between the duo as they strolled through the grounds of Buckingham Palace last summer. Fans were delighted by their informal conversation, whether tutting over health and safety gone mad, or complaining about
Prince William and Kate have taken a hands-on approach to supporting the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy project. The royal couple, who are due to welcome their third child any day now, appeared in ITV's The Queen's Green Planet on Monday night, where they were seen planting trees in Canada's Great Bear Rainforest during their visit there in September 2016. Viewers also caught a glimpse of the pair in action as they both attempted to catch wild salmon with their bare hands. William was up first, and could be seen hauling a large fish out of the river with both hands,
This weekend will mark one month until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will exchange vows at Windsor Castle. But on Saturday, the couple are putting aside any wedding preparations for a reception hosted by Malcolm Turnbull, the Prime Minister of Australia, and his wife Lucy Turnbull to celebrate the forthcoming Invictus Games Sydney 2018. Harry, who is the Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, made his first public appearance with the former Suits actress at the Invictus Games in Toronto back in September. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their debut at the Invictus Games in Toronto At the reception, held at the
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be attending a very emotional event on Monday 23 April. Kensington Palace revealed on Tuesday that the royal couple will be going to the 25th Anniversary Memorial Service to celebrate the life of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, who died aged just 18 from a racially motivated attack by a gang in Eltham, south-east London, on 22 April 1993. Harry and Meghan will be joined by national figures and well known faces at St Martin-in-the-Fields church in central London, including Sir Lenny Henry, who will be interviewing three young beneficiaries of the Stephen Lawrence
Royal fans are going nuts – literally – over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding! Ohio-based artist and toymaker Steve Casino spent over 360 hours creating mini versions of the entire British Royal Family and portrayed them attending the highly-anticipated nuptials – and they are all made of nuts. "It was a super rewarding project to work on, albeit challenging," Steve said about the project, which utilized almonds, cashews, hazelnuts and coconuts, and was commissioned by British organic nut milk brand Plenish. "The Queen and Prince Charles were by far the best characters I’ve made yet!" Well, we